Question about Apple Mac OS X 10.4
Just finished upgrading Leopard (OS x 10.5), restarted the mac and what I got was a blue screen. What can I do?
You might need to do an Archive and Install installation, this will transfer your existing Mac OS X system files to a folder named Previous System, and then it will install a new copy of Mac OS X on the volume you have selected.
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